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Shared management is characterized by the continuous, active participation of two or more partners operating a historic site with a view to ensuring its commemorative integrity.
This approach dovetails with one of the main strategic objectives of Parks Canada’s Corporate Plan, which is aimed at actively including Canadians in decision-making and program implementation for heritage areas.
Accordingly, Parks Canada favours partnership with the regional community in terms of the commemoration, preservation and presentation of Grosse Île . Partnership procedures will be established in accordance with the Framework for the implementation of Shared Management of National Historic Sites (November 1995) and its subsequent modifications.
Preservation and presentation concept
Respecting the spirit of the place
Comprehensive and specific view of history
Grosse Île: looking to the future
Management objectives and key actions
Ensuring the commemorative integrity of the site
Commemorative plaques and monuments
Movable cultural resources
Communicating the site’s messages and heritage values
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada facilities
Preserving and presenting the natural environment
Shared management of the site